Thu, 8 August 2013
About 30 per cent of the respondents reported being up by 6:00 a.m. or earlier, as a result of an alarm or perhaps a pet or a significant other. William was surprised to hear that a plurality of them workout first, before anything else when they wake up, including Kristine (when she is not too tired). Julia and Will think Kristine is just crazy!
Consuming coffee, walking dogs, and checking emails and social media also rank first in many of the task lists. Over half made note of specific breakfast dishes they prepare, with eggs, fruit, yogurt and smoothies listed as the food items of choice. And 35 per cent claimed to check their work email before they actually get to work. And as expected over 60 per cent consume coffee or tea.
What is the proper way to wake up then?
The discussion during this week's podcast truly revealed that everyone is different. Despite the countless articles out there that talk about how the right way to start your day and how the top executives wake up, the important thing to remember is to think about your energy and figure out what makes you productive.
Will says that the best way to figure out the routine right for you is to test things out. Luckily, the average person has more than 25,000 mornings to test wake up routines.
Julia was left with just one question at the end of the show... WWGD, which translates as What Would Gini Do. How does Gini start her morning, check it out on Spin Sucks.
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